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September 15th, 2010, 04:20 PM
MommaJenna's Avatar Mega Super Mommy
Join Date: Aug 2010
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So I had some round ligament pain the last few weeks of pregnancy. Mostly when I woke up to pee at night. Now at 6 days pp, it's AWFUL!!! Completely debilitating at times! If I sit, lean, step, a certain way there's a shock of pain sent through my left hip. I called the doc and he said "take some motrin and it should get better in a few days" ugh. I'm in agony and totally afraid to carry my LOs anywhere for fear I'm going to get another shock and fall on my bum. Anyone else ever experience this?
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September 15th, 2010, 04:47 PM
MotherFrog's Avatar lost in la la land
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Location: lost in Iowa
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I have a good idea what you're talking about. Remember your uterus and all those muscles were stretched out during your pregnancy and now they are basically shrinking back down to their non pregnant size.

Although I had all my kiddos by section, I still remember the achiness and pains from things shrinking!

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